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Reproductive system test

duclus organs or group of cells that cerete hormones directly into the bloodstream. endocrine glands
produces a hormone that regulates the body's levels of calcium and phosphorus. parathyroid glands
produces a hormone that regulates your metabolism, body heat, and bone growth. Thyroid gland
a chemical substance that helps regulate many of your body's functions Hormones
the male reproductive glands that produce sperm for fertilization. Testes
the female reproductive glands that produce the egg cells. Ovaries
links the endocrine system and nervous system and stimulates the pituitary gland to secrete hormones. Hypothalamus
secretes the hormone, melatonin, which thought to affect the onset of puberty and regulates the sleep cycle. pineal gland
master gland; regulates all other glands. Pituitary glands
development of the emune system Thymus
produces hormones that regulate the body's salt and water balance. Adrenal glands
the gland that serves as both the digestive and the endocrine systems. It decretes hormones that regulate the glucose level in the blood. Pancreas
Created by: MSeise